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Bladder Support Implants, Biological

Definition : Bladder support implants made of biological tissue, designed for stabilizing the urethrovesical junction by providing compression of the urethral lumen and support to the urinary bladder. These implants are typically sling-shaped devices made of biological tissue and may be autografts (e.g., fascia lata, vaginal wall), allografts (usually from cadaver dura mater, fascia lata, or dermis), or xenografts (e.g., porcine dermis), which are intended for placement during surgical (e.g., prepubic, transobturator, suprapubic) procedures; some devices are fixed to the posterior pubic bone by sharp-tipped bone anchors.

Entry Terms : "Biological Bladder Support Implants"

UMDC code : 24904

   

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Bard Medical Division is located in Covington, Georgia, approximately an hour's drive from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport. For over 100 years, C. R. Bard, Inc. has been Advancing the Delivery of Healthcare by creating innovative products and services that meet the needs of healthcare providers and patients. Today, Bard is a leader in products that focus on Disease State Management in three key areas: Vascular, Urology, and Oncology. To complement these areas, Bard has a complete line of advanced Surgical Specialty Products and Services.

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